More Videos

Audio ties Russia to the missile that downed the passenger jet over Ukraine 2:20

Audio ties Russia to the missile that downed the passenger jet over Ukraine

Dark secrets of Florida's juvenile justice system : A Miami Herald investigation 1:01

Dark secrets of Florida's juvenile justice system : A Miami Herald investigation

Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital 2:00

Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Hagin testifies 2015 Secret Service oversight hearing 2:04

Hagin testifies 2015 Secret Service oversight hearing

Franken: Resigning from Senate 'in the coming weeks' 1:38

Franken: Resigning from Senate "in the coming weeks"

Mexican man whose killing of woman on San Francisco pier launched national immigration debate found not guilty 2:42

Mexican man whose killing of woman on San Francisco pier launched national immigration debate found not guilty

Trump dismantles Bears Ears National Monument 1:15

Trump dismantles Bears Ears National Monument

Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI 0:43

Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI

Conyers retirement statement read on House floor 3:54

Conyers retirement statement read on House floor

Speaker Paul Ryan says sexual harassment won't be tolerated in Congress 0:48

Speaker Paul Ryan says sexual harassment won't be tolerated in Congress

  • Dark secrets of Florida's juvenile justice system : A Miami Herald investigation

    A look at the "fight club" culture inside Florida's juvenile justice system, where staffers sometimes employ harsh takedowns, ignore abuse and offer snacks as bribes for beatdowns — known as "honey-bunning."

A look at the "fight club" culture inside Florida's juvenile justice system, where staffers sometimes employ harsh takedowns, ignore abuse and offer snacks as bribes for beatdowns — known as "honey-bunning." Emily Michot and Matias Ocner emichot@miamiherald.com
A look at the "fight club" culture inside Florida's juvenile justice system, where staffers sometimes employ harsh takedowns, ignore abuse and offer snacks as bribes for beatdowns — known as "honey-bunning." Emily Michot and Matias Ocner emichot@miamiherald.com

Amid reports of rapes, beatings, cover-ups, grand jury to probe juvenile justice abuses

December 07, 2017 12:28 PM

UPDATED December 08, 2017 05:50 AM

More Videos

Audio ties Russia to the missile that downed the passenger jet over Ukraine 2:20

Audio ties Russia to the missile that downed the passenger jet over Ukraine

Dark secrets of Florida's juvenile justice system : A Miami Herald investigation 1:01

Dark secrets of Florida's juvenile justice system : A Miami Herald investigation

Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital 2:00

Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Hagin testifies 2015 Secret Service oversight hearing 2:04

Hagin testifies 2015 Secret Service oversight hearing

Franken: Resigning from Senate 'in the coming weeks' 1:38

Franken: Resigning from Senate "in the coming weeks"

Mexican man whose killing of woman on San Francisco pier launched national immigration debate found not guilty 2:42

Mexican man whose killing of woman on San Francisco pier launched national immigration debate found not guilty

Trump dismantles Bears Ears National Monument 1:15

Trump dismantles Bears Ears National Monument

Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI 0:43

Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI

Conyers retirement statement read on House floor 3:54

Conyers retirement statement read on House floor

Speaker Paul Ryan says sexual harassment won't be tolerated in Congress 0:48

Speaker Paul Ryan says sexual harassment won't be tolerated in Congress

  • Psychologist has civil rights restored by Florida clemency board

    ​Adam McCracken, a Winter Springs clinical psychologist, received the restoration of his civil rights from Gov. Rick Scott and the Cabinet on June 15. McCracken and his wife, Renee, testified about why restoration of his rights was so important.